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Oct 13, 2012 10:00am EDT
all the way to the supreme court. which is exactly what the ohio secretary of state jon husted is trying to do. the attorney general from 15 other states joined him yesterday with an amicus brief in support, and here's why those three days mater. 2008, 97,000 votes were cast in ohio the three days before election day. and the vast majority of those votes were cast by african-americans to when the state and the presidency. this year thanks to ohio state those votes might never be cast and neither could the victory that they could help deliver to president obama. joining me, barbara, glen johnson anthea butler of religious stois at the university of pennsylvania and matt welch, editor in chief of "reason" magazine. barbara? >> ohio is ground zero in the fight against voter suppression. what we know is in ohio, we just released. african-americans used early voting 77% of all voters voted early. and that is a powerful statistic. we're doing another study we're going to be releasing soon. it's going to be very much the same. >> why? why do african-americans vote early? what difference
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